After about a month of downtime, Beetlejuice’s Graveyard Review has reopened at Universal Orlando with an update to the 20 plus year old show.
The original Beetlejuice show ran at Universal Studios Florida from 1992-2002. From 2002-2006 a version ran that originated in Japan, which introduced guests to generic versions of the Hip & Hop characters. In 2006 a third version debuted which made references to the original show and made Hip & Hop fearleaders (cheerleaders). That version ran until earlier this year, when Universal announced it would go down for a short time to be retooled into the version that debuted today, Feb. 8, 2014.
This fourth version takes out Hip & Hop and replaces them with a female Mummy (Cleopatra) and Phantom (Phantasia). The story revolves around a Mash Up party where the Universal Monsters come together to perform a mash up of songs mostly from the ’80s, with a few modern hits thrown in.
You can see a preview of the newest Beetlejuice show below:
For those who don’t mind being spoiled, here’s the full version of the updated Beetlejuice show:
If you miss the version that ran from 2006-2013, you can see that full show below, shot from two angles: